Exhibits

Opening December 1, 2018, Gainsborough Galleries, Calgary, hosted their annual group Christmas Show, including new work from Jean Pilch.

In 2018, Jean Pilch participated in an invitational international exhibition at the Hockaday Museum of Art in Kalispell, Montana. The following excerpt is from the Museum’s webpage:

“The Hockaday Museum of Art is pleased to announce an international edition of our annual ‘A Timeless legacy’ exhibition, ‘A Timeless Legacy: Peace Park 2018’. Opening in August 2018, this exhibit will feature the works of critically acclaimed artists from the United States and Canada who have created pieces inspired by Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park.
This exhibition is the first of its kind, bringing together artists from two countries to showcase the wild, natural beauty of the world’s first International Peace Park, established in 1932.”
For more information, please visit http://hockadaymuseum.org/ Click on “Exhibitions”, then “A Timeless Legacy: Peace Park 2018”.

        

PAST EXHIBITIONS:

solo exhibitions:

“Edited Realism”, Visual Arts Alberta Association Gallery, Edmonton, 2015
“Postcards from Italy”, Masters Gallery, Calgary, 2012
“New Works”, Masters Gallery, Calgary, 2011
“High Definition”, Masters Gallery, Calgary, 2009
“Fall Fling”, Masters Gallery, Calgary, 2005
“High Trails and Back Roads”, Traveling Exhibition (four Alberta public art galleries), 2002
Kensington Fine Art Gallery, Calgary – 2002, 1999, 1996, 1994
Old Courthouse Gallery, Red Deer – August, 1997
Prairie Gallery, Grande Prairie – October, 1993
Bowman Arts Centre Galleries, Lethbridge – September, 1993
Gulf Gallery, Calgary – February, 1990
annual May show at Galleria Arts and Crafts, Calgary, 1984 to 1990

selected juried group exhibitions:

“Christmas Show”, Gainsborough Galleries, 2018
”A Timeless Legacy: Peace Park”, Hockaday Museum of Art, Kalispell, Montana, 2018
“Masterpieces”, Gainsborough Galleries, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
“Artist’s Choice”, ASA traveling exhibition, 2014
“Celebrating Alberta”, ASA traveling exhibition, 2013-14
“Forest Show”, Alberta Foundation for the Arts Traveling Exhibition, 2011-13
Numerous other group exhibitions with the Alberta Society of Artists and the TREX program of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts (1988-present)